Here we go....... 1 Bigha = 20 katha = 33 decimal 1 katha = 1.65 decimal
71 decimal in katha
57 dismil in
1 katha is 67 sq meters.
1 bigha=20 KATHA
18 katha is equivalent to 1 acre.
A katha is a measure of area. A decimal is simply a way of representing a number - any number. It has no relation t any measure.
1 katha = approx 267.6 sq metres.
How much Sq.ft of land in 1 katha land in West Bengal
A decimal is a representation of a number, it does not represent any specific measure. The comparison is not valid.
1 kattha =1.65 decimal in jharkhand and 1 decimal = 435.6 square feet. So 1 kattha =718.74 square feet in jharkhand.
1 katha=66.9 sq. metres 1 katha=720 sft
A katha (also spelled cottah) is a unit of area in Bangladesh and India approximately equal to 1/20 of a bigha (720 ft² or 66.89 m²). The unit is still in use in much of Bangladesh and India but the exact size varies from place to place.
1 Katha = 720 square feet 10 Katha = 720*10=7200 square feet. baja247.com
1 katha=20 lecha 1 lecha =144 sq ft so 1 katha =20*144 =2880 sq ft Hence 1 katha of land is 2880 square feet
1 Katha in to square feet
1440 Sq. Ft
1 katha = 1520 sqft in siwan bihar
1 decimal is how much sqr meeter
From the Wikipedia article for "Katha (unit)" (it seems that Cottah is an alternate spelling for Katha): "A Katha is approximately 720-square-foot (67 m2) or 1/20 of a bigha. It is still in use in much of Bangladesh and India"
In Bangladesh, one katha is 720 square feet.
In Bihar, one Katha varies from seven hundred and fifty square feet to about 2000 square feet. These units are usually used at Chapra.